Niagara River Steelhead Charters
Niagara River Steelhead Charters in the Lower Niagara River are open all year round. Prime time is from December through April. If winter is just a bit too cold for you, many of these trout will remain in the river into the early part of May. With a daily limit of 3 fish and a minimum length of 21 inches. You may posses a 2 day limit for transportation. The Average size for Steelhead is six to eight lbs. Niagara River Steelhead fishing charters leave from the very scenic Lewiston Landing boat launch in Lewiston, New York. Because of the tumultuous current that rips through the gorge area, this water doesn’t freeze up, giving boaters access to some of the best fishing in the country.
Niagara River Steelhead Charters “Hands-On” Experience
When the Niagara River Steelhead Fishing Charter season sets in the Niagara region, hardcore anglers brave the elements for the chance to tangle with a hard charging Niagara river steelhead! It is not unusual to have a mixed bag of species on this Niagara River Steelhead fishing charter. Lake trout and Brown Trout accompany the Steelhead. Rich in oxygen the Niagara River receives a healthy dose of trout stockings from the Department of Environmental Conservation. In 2017 the Niagara River was the recipient of over 47,000 Trout.
Drift fishing the Lower Niagara River
This Steelhead fishing charter features the 12 mile stretch of the Niagara River between “Devil’s Hole” and the “Niagara Bar”. For anglers looking to catch open water trout in the winter months, it just doesn’t get any better than this! Drift fishing, 3-way rigs with Egg sacks or live bait is a proven effective technique for these chrome leapers. Another weapon of choice is the Luhr Jensen Kwikfish, It’s erratic movement entice fish to strike and come in array of colors. All bait and Tackle are provided on this adventure of Niagara River Fishing Charters.
Winter Niagara River Steelhead Charters
During winter in Niagara Region dress for the part. Layers of clothes are especially relevant. You cannot be overdressed. Keeping warmth in as much as possible. The ability to take some clothes off can be just as important. Remember that the water flowing down through is pegged at 32 degrees. On this Niagara River Steelhead Charter we are never more than a few minutes from the boat launch, so a time-out to go in and warm up is not a problem on these Niagara River Steelhead Charters.